Sports Mole looks at how Real Madrid could line up against Real Valladolid for their first La Liga home game of the campaign.
Real Madrid will be looking to make it back-to-back La Liga victories when they take on Real Valladolid on Wednesday evening.
Los Blancos have taken four points from a possible six so far this season, beating Real Betis 3-2 at the weekend following an opening day draw with Real Sociedad.
The fixtures come thick and fast for Zinedine Zidane's men, with this clash quickly followed by a trip to Levante ahead of the international break.
Ahead of the midweek visit of Valladolid, Sports Mole looks at how Madrid could line up.
Out: Mariano Diaz (tonsillitis)
Doubtful: Eden Hazard (ankle), Marco Asensio (knee), Eder Militao (muscle), Toni Kroos (muscular), Marcelo (back)
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Zidane has had to make do without a number of first-team players so far this season, with Eden Hazard, Marco Asensio and Eder Militao all struggling for fitness.
Madrid confirmed on Monday, meanwhile, that Toni Kroos has suffered a muscular injury that renders him doubtful for this match.
Should the Germany international miss out, Federico Valverde is expected to retain his spot alongside Casemiro and Luka Modric, who replaced Kroos at half time against Betis.
Marcelo missed that most recent match with a back problem, so Ferland Mendy should get the nod once again at left-back.
Elsewhere, Luka Jovic failed to take his chance on a rare start last time out, possibly opening the door for Vinicius Junior to return alongside Karim Benzema in attack.